‘Europe would need a common enemy to unite and the only one available is Islam.’ Is André Malraux’s prophecy coming true?
Strong regional parties will continue to hold sway against the BJP
Majoritarian hubris and the writers’ protest
Reading Marlon James’ Booker winning A Brief History of Seven Killings, a fireball of a novel, and wondering: What’s it that makes fiction great?
The works produced by the last of the Mughal painters in Delhi for British patrons are an extraordinary fusion of English and Indian artistic sensibilities
Nainsukh broke free from the formality of Indian court art to explore the quirks of human reality, stripping courtly conventions down to create miniatures full of living and breathing individuals